Le Corbusier: A Travelling Exhibition

The travelling exhibition features physical models by the icon of modernist architecture, Le Corbusier. To address the challenges of a mobile exhibition, collapsible pedestals were built with sustainable materials that were robust, lightweight, easy to transport and assemble. It can flexibly accommodate the unique spatial requirements of different venues worldwide.

By RT+Q Architects Pte Ltd


  • SIA Fellow and Corporate Members:
    All SIA Fellow and Corporate Members are invited to submit projects for selection in all Categories A to F.
  • SIA Associate Members:
    SIA Associate Members may submit projects for selection only in Category F (Interior Architecture).
  • No Limit of Entries by one entity: 
    There is no limit on the number of entries that can be submitted under a company or name.
  • All entries/submission must adhere to the Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • For the 4 nations category, participants from Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia must be registered with their respective Board of Architects. They must also be members of ASA, PAM and IAI respectively. Participation is solely for Category A4 – Overseas Residential Projects
  • The projects submitted must have been completed during the last 5 years and with TOP obtained latest by 1 March 2024.
  • For the 4 nations category, the projects must be completed during the last 5 years and awarded the statutory occupation certificate latest by 1 March 2024.
  • A project can be entered in more than 1 category by the Architect (e.g. Hotels and Interior Architecture (Commercial) but a separate entry (and separate fee payment) will be required for each submission. The Jury may exercise discretion in awarding the project in another category, as they deem appropriate.
  • Entries that have previously won a Design Award / an Honourable Mention / a Merit Award in the past cycles are not eligible for entry.
    Entries that have been previously submitted in the past cycles are not eligible for entry.
  • Architects / Designers (where applicable) of Shortlisted Finalists shall present their project to the judges during the site visit. It is the participant’s responsibility to obtain the requisite consent from the building owner/s to access the building on the appointed date.
    Failure to comply with these requirements may be grounds for disqualification.
  • All submission materials shall be in English.
  • This is an anonymous awards competition. Anonymity is to be observed in all content submitted including the images, photographs, videos, project description and all remaining text.
  • Submissions which do not meet or comply with the submission guidelines or found to contain identifying sign or mark that may, in any way, contribute to identifying entrant shall be disqualified. These projects can re- enter in the next cycle based on prevailing terms and conditions.
  • Submission of all entries must be completed by 31 Mar 2024, 12 midnight (GMT+8). Incomplete submission will not be considered. Entrants must submit their submissions to the following website:
  • No submission (partial or full) will be accepted after 31 Mar 2024, 12 midnight (GMT +8).
  • The Institute is not liable for any Internet or web disruptions that may affect the timeliness of submissions.

The submission information includes

  • Submission Category
    • Name of Project
    • Project Summary (Maximum 50 words)
    • Long Project Description (Maximum 300 words)
    • Name of Client
    • All Consultants’ information
    • Completion Date
    • Project Address
    • Floor Area (GFA in sqm)
    • Project Cost (in S$)
    • 1 Hero Image w/ captions (600 by 600)
      Gallery Images (12-20 including plans, sections, elevations and other drawings) w/ captions
      Key products and suppliers
    • Photography credits

Individual Photos / Images

Hero Image and a maximum of 12-20 representative project images with captions (drawings and photographs) to be uploaded individually (in jpg format).

Project Description

The Project Description comprises the following:

    • Setting out client’s brief,
    • Planning constraints,
    • Materials and method of construction,
    • Any other noteworthy design challenges and features

Project Summary

The 50-word project summary

For Overseas Category and Temporary Singapore Projects (Pavilions, exhibitions, etc.)

    • In lieu of a physical site visit, the shortlisted firm Finalist will be invited to present to the jury panel.
      1. Present a short video (max duration 3mins) and follow up with an in-person presentation. The total presentation duration will be 8 minutes.
      2. Presenters can choose to present via PowerPoint, Prezi, Mentimeter and other presentation tools
      3. The presentation should demonstrate the project’s context, narrative, background, architecture & spatial quality, materiality and detailing.
      4. The Jury will follow up with a 7-minute Q&A.

Recognition of Joint Authorship and/or Associate Designer

Where the project is carried out in association with another firm, due recognition must be accorded to the other firm. However, the participant must be the principal / main architect of the project submitted, a major contributor to the project and be an SIA member. The entrant shall be solely responsible for ensuring the submission is agreed and consented by the authors, including joint authors, before making the submission.

Consultants and Key Suppliers Information

The project team and main material suppliers who played a major role will be required to be identified at submission stage and, if awarded, may be credited in selected write-ups and press releases.

Accuracy of Submitted Information

    • Ensure that all information and spelling is correct in the forms as this information may appear in publications and on the plaques. Any errors on your part will be corrected at your expense. The onus of submitting the most updated and complete information pertaining to the submission (e.g. project information and consultant details) lies with the submitting party. Any missed information may result in disqualification.
    • SIA accepts no responsibility for publication of incorrect spelling or inaccurate information supplied with the entry.

Participation Fee

The participation fee is as follows:

1st entry

$480 +GST ( $523.20 with 9% GST)

Subsequent Entries after 1st Entry

$420 +GST ($457.80 with 9% GST)

Payments are to be made together with the online submission. Acceptable mode of payment is with credit cards (VISA/Mastercard/AMEX) with Stripe.

No Refund Policy

Entries are not eligible for a refund if they do not meet the requirements of the jury, withdrawn after the closing date, or disqualified.

Duties & Obligation of Entrants

    • All participants must submit only original work, and any instances of plagiarism or unauthorized use of existing designs will result in disciplinary action.
    • Participation in the SIA Architectural Design Awards implies that unconditional acceptance of the contents of the Awards Terms and Conditions.
    • SIA Fellow / Corporate Members must be registered with the Board of Architects, Singapore, with a current Practising Certificate (a copy to be uploaded as part of the submission). This is applicable for submission in Categories A, B, C, D and E.
    • All participants/partners/directors of participating firms must have no arrears with the Institute.
    • Each participant is duty- and ethics-bound to ensure his/her submission materials are authorised, and there shall be no copyrights or ownership issues with any other party/-ies related to the project/s submitted and the materials contained therein. All permissions to disclose information, copyrights, enter competition, use of information for publication etc. from the owners, clients and project consultant team are to be obtained by the entrant. SIA bears no responsibilities for agreements on non-disclosure and copyright between architect, their owners and/or project consultant team.
    • The Architect of the Shortlisted Finalists shall present the projects to the Jury Panel during the site visit(s), except for those in the Overseas Categories and Temporary Singapore projects, wherein the presentation shall be at the SIA, 79 Neil Road, Singapore 088904.
    • All participants are not permitted to publish the results prior to the notification of the Jury’s final decision and official announcements by SIA. The Institute reserves the right to disqualify any entry which does not comply with the requirements.
    • All announced winners for the awards are required to participate in media interviews, public exhibitions, SIA held seminars and showcase sessions to present the ideas encapsulated within the design. Failure to participate in these events may be grounds for disqualification.
    • For the 4 nations category shortlisted projects, the presentation will be done via Zoom on the morning of 15 May 2024.

Entrant may send queries in English by email to SIA Secretariat at Such email shall clearly state “SIAADA 2024” as the subject heading. Only upon receipt of an acknowledgement email sent by the SIA Secretariat shall the query be officially registered for a response. Deadline for submission of questions is 20 Feb 2024.

Responses to all queries will be made known via a posting on Awards Website ( on or before 29 Feb 2024.

Entrant who elects to apply for participation after 20 Feb 2024 shall void their rights to submit any query. However, a copy of the responses to the registered queries will be extended to these late applicants.

Intellectual Property Rights

SIA shall have the right to publish, display, reproduce or otherwise publicise or communicate all submissions submitted, subject to appropriate citation and acknowledgement of the authors. Such right shall be exercisable by SIA without any payment, charge or fee whatsoever to any person.

SIA reserves the right to retain all submissions for the Competition for display after the winning ideas have been announced.



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